The Internet as a research resource. Build a bibliography of websites which give information about coffee bars, the 1950s and any other topics you judge to be of interest to a researcher looking at London coffee bars and restaurants of the 1950s and early 1960s. Don't just list them: make an annotated bibliography to show you have looked at the site and evaluated its usefulness.
To be honest, a 5 minute talk is probably not the best format, but it’s somewhere to start. The talk will go up shortly after the conference, but in the meantime I wanted to make an annotated bibliography available. I haven’t read all of the resources listed in their entirety, but they’re important, and the structure of the bibliography reflects some of the things I’m bringing up in my talk.
How to Make an Annotated Bibliography using Noodlebib
I have to make an annotated bibliography but frankly this is my first time doing something like this and the solutions online either a) Don't work or b) fly right over my head as such the annotated bibliography needs to looks as follows: